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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
In his book Socialism: Origins, Expansion, Decline, and the Attempted Revival in the United States, Phillip Bryson delves deeper into the subject of socialism and its history by answering virtually every question on the subject. These include the origins of socialism, and the theories, concepts, and brains behind them (he also includes concepts of capitalism for a better understanding of socialism’s origins). He includes the implementation of socialism in parts of Eastern Central, Western Europe, and the far East, and its outcome, the failed attempts to adopt socialism in the United States and so much more. Get yourself a copy of Socialism to learn more.
Socialism is as much an interesting economic − and governance − system as capitalism and the other systems. Some of the world’s most powerful nations successfully adopted socialism but the system failed. Socialism has been advocated for by prominent political leaders in history, and it still garners support from some political leaders to date. Phillip Bryson’s Socialism is a must-read for enthusiasts of non-fiction political and government books. Phillip’s discourse for his compelling and lengthy read has an enormous intellectual and philosophical depth. He undoubtedly has a rich background in historical and political affairs. I learned so much about demand and supply, corporate power, economic theories, and the government’s working in this book. Socialism: Origins, Expansion, Decline, and the Attempted Revival in the United States is a magnificent piece of work.